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>> right now an apparent case of road rage leaves one man dead. now the search is on for other driver. his motorcycle was in pieces after he flew off of it. it started in a parking lot before the scene. they bumped into each other and
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>> i'm broken inside he would want me to be strong. >> when asked what caused this, they say zach was sticking up for his friend in a domestic-related incident. speed was a factor in this accident. it was recorded before the man ran head a family was killed. a heart breaking crash in polk county. an 18-year-old and his sister, 15 years old, were killed yesterday morning. they were hit by a chevy as they turned onto highway 27. they do not believe speed
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continue to fight for florida's 29 electorial votes. the rally scheduled to october has been a string of unpleasant surprises for donald trump but today hillary clinton is getting her turn. the fbi is looking into her e-mails. >> reporter: hillary clinton is trying to defuse a bomb shell. >> so the american people deserve to get the full and complete facts immediately. >> her campaign has gone from
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an fbi memo who revealed the discovery of new e-mails from her private server. >> we don't know the facts which is why we're calling on the fbi to release all of the information that it has. >> reporter: a law enforcement source says that the e-mails were found on a computer belonging to anthony weiner. they investigated if sexually explicit messages to a teenage girl. his wife is hillary clinton's aide. >> this the biggest political scandal since watergate and i'm sure it will be properly handled from this point forward.
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hillary clinton. it's something she doesn't want to be talking about right now. polls open at 7:00 this morning. the unofficial turnout in hillsboro is 130,000 votes by mail. as we get closer to election day, our election guide you'll find early voting locations. click on the news tab and then hit politics. a real life scare that has nothing to do with halloween. when residents came across a 6-foot-long snake, neighbors found the boa near the front entrance they called sarasota pd.
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it was pinned down with a baton. >> it's all in a day's work. you never know what the next call may be. >> the snake is now at the sarasota sheriff services. the school district is crack down on halloween costumes and it was evident at their fall games fans were not allowed to dress up for the game and they're not for school. happening today, the race goes hand in hand with the bucs involvement with breast cancer awareness month. they will be running a route around the stadium and there are
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parts broke off and was thrown outside of the engine like shrapnel you can see the smoke billowing into the air. there was a full spill at the same time. the pilot stopped on the tarmac. the plane'ut and passengers slid to safety. >> there was a sound and then we started to exit. >> some people suffered minor injuries and take on the the hospital. o'hare wasn't the only
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fortunately no one was injured no word on how many packages may have been damaged. the u.s. supreme court will take up the case of a virginia school board. they want to prevent a transgender teen from using the boy's bathroom. he said he was born as a female and has tr the case will likely be heard at this term. meet reverend bakersville borrows. the first black woman to be appointed to lead the diocese. bakersville is currently the director of networking. congratulations. more breaking news we're following this morning.
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roadways. a fatal crash in the 1800 block, that's between channel side drive. east side will be closed in that area for about 3 hours so detectives can investigate we're making calls and we'll bring you updates as soon as we get them. 40 weeks, that's considered a full term for pregnancies but is that the best time to have the i've been thinking... doctors are rethinking. this might be the one thing in the world you pull apart to come together. new papa john's cinnamon pull-aparts covered with cinnamon crumble and sweet cream cheese icing. try our new cinnamon pull-aparts for just 6 bucks. papa john's.
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hello, hope you're enjoying your saturday. guess what we have on the ticket today? treasu annual event. from 8:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. you'll see a lot of road closures. southbound himes lanes taken away. martin luther king, jr., and tampa boulevard and one of the westbound lanes at columbus drive. you want to allow for extra
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tomorrow, at the same location, we have the bucs taking on the raiders that's at 1:00 p.m. as you probably know, about 4 hours before they close the roadways and that's basically so everyone can get out there and tailgate. so enjoy the fun. this morning's medical report, 40 weeks is considered full term for pregnancies. but could inducing labor be more healthy for baby and mom? >> reporter: first time mom was supposed to have her baby girl on october 3rd. >> do you want to wake up and say high? >> as part of a research study, he was induced at 39 weeks. >> are babies healthier if they're delivered at 39 weeks
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the face of conventional wisdom, that could be shifting. >> looking at data on how babies do, they have the fewest problems when born in the 39th week. >> he says babies born at 40 or more weeks are susceptible to more complications >> the need to be admitted to women and infants, we've enrolled 370 patients. >> we contact women eligible for the study which is over the age of 18, noncomplicated pregnancies and first-time mothers. >> reporter: she received a call just days before her 38-week
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do it >> they are randomized into one of two groups those that go into labor naturally and those induced at 39 weeks >> i figured if it would benefit other women, it's a good idea to be part of the study. >> they have enrolled 4300 women enroll more as the trial continues. now, max defender 8, the world's most powerful radar with meteorologist ed. >> we have a mild start to your weekend. looking beautiful over downtown tampa where it's 70 degrees we have northeast breezes averaging around 8 miles per hour. the wind will increase throughout the day as it has the
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max offender 8 showing a good scene here across central florida. we have some of the scanner clouds working through the area and there's some higher moisture to the south. as you step outside at 8:00, we'll see some sunshine and a few passing clouds and 68 degrees. getting to 80 by noon today. temperatures at 86 which is still above average for this time of the year. 72 right overall, a good mild start. we'll call for the northesterly breezes they've been a bit strong from time to time. a similar pattern shapes up for today the winds averaging 10-15 miles per hour as the pressure starts to tighten and we get some cloudiness to the south. partly cloudy skies as we go through today. for your sunday, moisture for
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the rest of the day. college football, georgia-florida huge rivalry game. tallahassee huge game as they play. ucf going to houston, texas with the slim rain chance through in houston. they're playing indoors and everyone is looking forward to halloween. there's a look at the halloween forecast. 84 by 5 p.m. it will be dry for the trick or treaters and we'll cool down into the evening. at this point, halloween is looking fantastic. 85 degrees for the afternoon which is slightly above average, but long-term, the temperatures cool down a bit toward the end of next week which could give us
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out of fleece. >> if we're going out early, we could be breaking a sweat. >> thank you. last night, fall players gave it their all. highlights from the friday night blitz. it was game three of the world series and what a heart breaker for some coming up. z25egz z16fz
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port tampa bay has now become florida's largest and most diversified. which helps explain why it is one of dana young's top priorities. generating over 15 billion for the regional economy, and 80 thousand local jobs.
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and fighting a bureaucracy that too often gets in the way. dana young for the florida senate.
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a live look outside of wrigley field. it's quiet now. it was a heart breaker for the cubs fans. the night was a tragic one for cubs fans the team suffered a 1-0 loss to the indians so they're not out of it. we are joined now with more sports. good morning. it was championship night last night on the friday night blitz and that included the game of the week. it was a good one. but last month, remember, the tropical storm robbed us of a good one, hillsboro taking on
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superpower collision. the championship game for class a district 7. which team would take home the title? anthony has the answer. >> reporter: in the game of the week match up, it's winner take all in the championship. can the hawks beat the terrie? averages 40 points per game and black dumps it down, racking up the yards for the fighting hawks first touchdown of the game. that's 8 push-ups for the armwood cheerleaders. here comes my man, tight roping
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a couple possessions later and the hawks defense blocks a punt for the safety. finds his way in for the 11th of the season. the hawks cheerleaders are getting strong, banging out 18 push-ups. the quarterback shows you when you gamble with the hawks, always bet on black, devin black. the terrier quarterback rolls right and throws a strike to williams. but the hawks would do onto win it and give the terriers their first loss of the season teaching you to never sleep on the game of the week. news channel 8 sports. >> don't bet against sean
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district champs they were scoreless late in the first. first down in lakeland territory. they cash it in. could someone give this guy a hug? >> you're standing there. >> they won't let me hug him. >> 7-7 red devils. aj davis rumbling for swallowed by jackson. turns out the devil you know, just as dangerous as the one you don't. forcing a kansas playoff in district 7 with lakeland and winter haven. >> taking on 22nd ranked navy.
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later, look at this, tackle. those hamstrings look good too. he's done about everything you can. how about a career-long touchdown? 85 yards. 21-0 at that point. a lead in the first quarter but all you gamblers, storms back come on. they call it a moose. we have the fall here to say congratulations for the team of the week and also today, the cocktail party, florida- georgia. florida state-clemson, going to be a good football day. >> we're out of here. have a great saturday. a violent tragedy in lake
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man dead and a deputy seriously injured. the latest on the fatal hit-and-run crash and the latest on the deputy's condition. under state attorney mark ober's watch, rape and sexual assault are on the rise. ober is not just ineffective, he declined to prosecute a man who forced a girl into sexual slavery, even blamed the victim. ober: she was with him voluntarily.
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will reallocate resources to target violent crime, including gun violence, rape, and domestic abuse. andrew warren for state attorney.
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right now rise and shine tampa bay, you're looking at downtown tampa
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we will have your weekend weather forecast in a moment. first we're following breaking news. a motorist is dead and a deputy injured in a hit-and-run in the past several hours they say they have very little information on the driver. janet jones is joining us. what can you tell us? >> good morning. investigators are desperate for information. they are combing this median and have been doing this for five or six hours looking for any piece of evidence at all because that deputy was hit from behind and doesn't know what the car looks like that hit him and again the lights flashing, those lights were on. those lights are on from when the accident happened and
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it happened around 12:40 this morning. the deputy stopped his patrol car and turned on his lights when he saw a motorist in need of help they were in the median where an unknown car drove into the median hitting the motorist and the deputy. the driver didn't stop. the motorist died on the scene and the deputy has a broken pelvis and other broken bones but he is the police need help from the public looking into car damage from anyone you may know. >> thank you very much. in other top stories, a school bus driver is in jail for having sex with a student. he admitted to having
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with the minor. one man dead after an apparent case of road rage. now the search is on for the other driver. it began in the parking lot about a mile from the crash scene. the 21-year-old and the other driver bumped into each other, exchanged words and ten minutes later, one of them was dead. hillary clinton is calling on the fbi to information. clinton says voters deserve to have as much information as possible before the election. looking at beautiful conditions this morning, the overall pattern looks to stay warm. looking forward to halloween? great for everyone heading out for trick or treating and
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note. scanning our skies this morning with a million watts of power. if you're headed out in s t. pete, 69 and cooler as always for our northern counties it's 63 this morning. 82 is your average high. we're going to jump all the way to 86 degrees later this afternoon. not only for the highs but for your lows they will be above average and bottoming out at 69 looking at the warm temperatures which takes a more detailed look at halloween and what to expect heading out tomorrow for the bucs game. this morning, both candidates continue to fight for the 29 votes. hillary clinton will attend a rally today and will later join jennifer lopez for a get out and
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monday. as of this morning, the unofficial turnout is close to 130,000 votes by mail and 135,000 votes more than 172 ballots have been received. about half of the state's unsure if they can share the moment. so it's important to understand the selfie laws. >> reporter: think twice before making that vote facebook official. candidates spent the last two years taking selfies with voters. >> reporter: but in the voting booth, different rules apply. just ask justin timberlake who broke the law last week.
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>> i'm not a selfie person. >> reporter: less than 20% allow voters to take a selfie or take a picture of their ballots. others have outright bans a three-judge panel on a federal court already tossed out the selfie ban. we could be heading for a constitutional fight. >> i like my vote together for everyone to check out. >> reporter: the issue could do all the way to the supreme court for a ruling. in washington, election officials are walking a fine line. >> we discourage voters from taking selfies >> reporter: but legally they can do it? >> legally, they can do it. >> reporter: it's best to check
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could risk jail time or fines. thank you. getting closer to election day, you want to check out our election guide. you find early voting locations. detectives investigating the murder of a store clerk has recovered a key piece of evidence, the victim eats cell phone. someone found the phone at evergreen drive and turned into police when they realized it belonged to the clerk who was shot and killed when closing up for the night. there's a push to find this dog. he was stolen during a home burglary on monday. thieves took a tv, jewelry and laptops. police posted pictures on their facebook page and asking people to share the posts in hopes to
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sale for the new ferry service in tampa. they go on sale tuesday on their web site. also a ceremony voyage. today is the second day of the event which takes place downtown. it caters to comic books, fantasy and gaming fans you can find y the door. it's appropriate. it's halloween time. they're dedicated. >> folks dressing up early. nice climate control. nice. beautiful sunsets here and it puts you in the mood for halloween. another beautiful end to the day.
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we see how to keep your kids visible and safe for halloween. >> reporter: dangers start with the costumes dangers from falling is the
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make sure costumes fit snugly and not too long. >> make sure your child can see through the mask clearly. instead, they could wear makeup. >> reporter: dan stark says cars are another problem. we set up a test to show you how difficult it is for drivers to see kids darting in and out of the streets. kids walking the streets on twice as likely to being hit by a car. >> can you see the kids at the end of the street? >> just because they see the car, that doesn't mean that the driver sees them. >> reporter: now let's add a few friends. can you count them all? >> you can see them better but not until they're right in front of you. >> reporter: next we give them glow in the dark necklaces. >> they're walking around with the glow sticks. i would rather have them walk
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they used flashlights even the costumes themselves can make a difference. this is a popular costume. it comes in different colors but the black one is a real concern. it limits how well others around him can see him. when we turn off the light, he disappears. decorate with reflective tape. >> they should never go into a person's home. >> remember to drive below the speed limit during trick or treat hours using high beams and stay off of your phones now, max defender 8, the most powerful radar with meteorologist ed. >> reporter: still about 45
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expecting some beautiful weather that's what max defender 8 is confirming. we have dry skies over most of the sunshine state this morning. the only area we're watching, a few showers offshore, also some rain working through the florida straits and for us, it's a few fair weather clouds. speaking of that, there is your sky cast, 68 degrees at 8:00 this morning. a very comforta we'll have the passing clouds and the steady northeasterly breeze we've had the wind for the last couple days and 86 for the afternoon. 63, there's your cool spot for crystal river. 70 degrees now for bartow and sea bring. the breezes continue. high pressure sitting off to the north and low pressure to the
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the winds at times will be around 10-15 with higher gusts especially over the area waters for today. the area of high pressure for the most part will stay in charge for the next couple days keeping the pattern very quiet. there will be higher moisture over south florida and that's where the rain chances lie and for monday, it looks to stay quiet. tomorrow, all eyes as the raiders 82 degrees, mostly sunny skies and we'll be warm again for this time of the year. 86 for today and tomorrow. almost carbon copy days. a little more sunshine for your sunday with fewer afternoon clouds. again, a little word of caution for taking the boat out. the waters choppy from time to time thanks to that stronger breeze here. the winds coming out of the
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morning lows upper 60s and long term, we have a very slow, i do mean slow cooling trend. it takes until friday and saturday to cool back down for this time of the year. low 80s it will be a warm start to november. it's been a warm fall so far. i was looking back on the records, so far for this time period, warmest fall on record so far. >> i'm not surprised by that. i do like the ze rain. the oscars are months away. the buzz is beginning. getting ready to hit theaters this month, there are some oscar hopefuls coming to the big
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hollywood is talking about the oscar buzz. we're looking at the hopefuls coming to theaters. >> la la land is topping the list. it follows the romance between a manchester by the sea, the movie follows ben affleck as he's entrusted to raise his nephew. the long half time walk expected to top the oscar race. it looks at a soldier experience and how it differs from what
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>> i now pronounce you husband and wife. >> the historical movie about an interracial sentenced to prison for getting married. denzel directs and stars in races. it hits theaters on christmas day. birth of starring tom hanks is also getting buzz. with a mind like no other, one artist is shocking the world you could call it a photo graphic memory. this man pursued and draws his dreams a cure for hepatitis, but the copay is tens of thousands of dollars. how a bay area woman found a
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with weather and traffic on the 8s
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one artist is drawing city skylines and they're all from memory. he's working on this panoramic drawing of the mexican city skyline. it's created from memory after he took a helicopter ride over the city that lasted just
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thousands of dollars. pretty incredible. a violent tragedy in lake wales leaving one man dead and a deputy injured we're following the latest news on the hit-and-run crash. that's coming up next on news
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thank you for joining us this saturday morning. time now is 7:00. ed is here with a look at the weather. >> the weekend finally here and as weather-wise, we're starting off on a nice note here. max defender 8 confirming we have dry skies all over tampa bay and central florida perhaps getting there's the view from downtown tampa, we're getting closer and closer to your sunrise. right now, about 1/2 hour away. a bit mild. cooler in our inland locations. we're at 63. 70 this morning in lakeland and good morning to the folks in venice. here's our forecast, it will give us this northeasterly wind. it's the same wind we've had for

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